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Emotion Etymology

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The Perpetual Raising: Part 1
(Part 1 of 5) The well-read student of spiritual literature will note, that standing behind all of the worlds’ scriptures and Holy books, there have been individuals of great insight. To these few specific Seers, Authors, Visionaries, Healers...
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Is Subliminal Influence Used in Advertising?
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What are the risks or dangers of hypnosis?
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CARING THINKING ABOUT CARING THINKING
grief, lament, therefore it is a term of sentimental or emotional origin.
Appraising Valence
I: Introduction. With the term 'valence' emotion theorists usually refer to the ' positive' and The etymology of 'valence' does not refer to any polarity.
ATLAS OF EMOTION: JOURNEYS IN ART, ARCHITECTURE, AND
Let me now clarify the terms of this haptic transport mapped in Atlas of Emotion. Haptic refers to the sense of touch.
Das' Science of the Emotions (1908)
theories of the wholly emotional origin of certain physiological changes represent the other.
A Definition of Emotions
majority of "emotional problems," even mainstream professionals would not classify these problems as organic in origin.

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emotion - Online Etymology Dictionary
The Online Etymology Dictionary. Search: Search Mode, Natural Language emotion · Look up emotion at Dictionary.
emotion - Online Etymology Dictionary
of unknown origin. Cf. also M.
Emotion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Etymology. The English word emotion is derived from the French word émouvoir.
emotion - word origin, history, and etymology
emotion - etymology of emotion from Word-Origins.
Word Origin - Seek To Know
(See the etymology of "Bot" at the end of the entry of freedom.) . Emotion: The word “emotion” comes from a Latin root meaning “to move through or out.

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